Covid-19 and diabetic foot disease - IWGDF Guidelines

Covid-19 and diabetic foot disease - IWGDF Guidelines

Covid-19 and diabetic foot disease Covid-19 and diabetic foot disease These are unprecedented times, where a global pandemic disrupts all aspects of local clinical practice....

 Common Infections of the Foot

Common Infections of the Foot

No matter how clean your feet are, they are constantly in contact with microorganisms that can potentially cause infection. Fungus and bacteria are the most common culprits....

Decreased Plasma Maresin 1 Concentration Is Associated with Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Decreased Plasma Maresin 1 Concentration Is Associated with Diabetic Foot Ulcer

Volume 2020 |Article ID 4539035 | 7 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/4539035 Decreased Plasma Maresin 1 Concentration Is Associated with Diabetic Foot Ulcer Tian Miao,1...

 Medial Malleolus Fracture and Broken Ankle Treatment

Medial Malleolus Fracture and Broken Ankle Treatment

The medial malleolus is the bump on the inner side of the ankle joint. This is the end of the shin bone (tibia) and forms the support for the inner side of the ankle joint....

 How to Protect Your Feet from Diabetic Ulcers

How to Protect Your Feet from Diabetic Ulcers

People with diabetes are especially prone to developing foot sores and ulcers due to decreased sensation and impaired wound healing. The most effective way to prevent...

Five year mortality and direct costs of care for people with diabetic foot complications are comparable to cancer

Five year mortality and direct costs of care for people with diabetic foot complications are comparable to cancer

Journal of Foot and Ankle Research Abstract Background In 2007, we reported a summary of data comparing diabetic foot complications to cancer. The purpose of this brief report...

 Causes of Ankle Pain and Treatment Options

Causes of Ankle Pain and Treatment Options

There are many potential causes of ankle pain, ranging from acute injuries, such as an ankle sprain or fracture, to chronic conditions like ankle arthritis. In turn, how...

 When to Seek Treatment for Toenail Trauma

When to Seek Treatment for Toenail Trauma

If you stub your toe or drop something heavy on your feet, you may develop a subungual hematoma, which is blood trapped beneath the toenail. This gives the toenail a red,...

Closely linked with diabetes neuropathy, diabetic nerve pain and diabetes foot care, diabetic foot ulcers affect many people with diabetes. Experts suggest that around 10 per cent of people with diabetes develop a foot ulcer at some point. Foot ulcers can

Closely linked with diabetes neuropathy, diabetic nerve pain and diabetes foot care, diabetic foot ulcers affect many people with diabetes. Experts suggest that around 10 per cent of people with diabetes develop a foot ulcer at some point. Foot ulcers can

Closely linked with diabetes neuropathy, diabetic nerve pain and diabetes foot care, diabetic foot ulcers affect many people with diabetes. Experts suggest that around 10 per...

 Stress Fractures of the Foot

Stress Fractures of the Foot

A stress fracture of the foot is a bone crack that may occur as a result of repetitive low-impact force.1 Stress fractures are not typically sudden events, and they can...

 Signs You Need Prescription Medication for Athlete's Foot

Signs You Need Prescription Medication for Athlete's Foot

Even with the best of home care, there may be times when your athlete's foot symptoms won't let up. You may have used an over-the-counter ointment for weeks without fail,...

What is a podiatrist? Everything you need to know

What is a podiatrist? Everything you need to know

A podiatrist is an individual who specializes in the medical care and treatment of the foot In some states, podiatrists can also treat ankle and lower limb conditions, including...